And this is the only major hardware change compared to the original Civi 1, which was released in September, so we can say that the Civi 1S is more of a mid-season upgrade than a successor.
Compared to the original Civi 1 Snapdragon 778G, the Snapdragon 778G + works a little better, but if we leave out the fact that we have Android 12 instead of Android 11, the smartphone is essentially the same.
So we have the same 6.55-inch FHD OLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a camera selfie 32MP. At the rear you will find the same setting with triple 64/8 / 2MP, and the battery also stays at 4500mAh with 55W charge. There is no charger in the box, but anyone who asks for it from Xiaom will get it for free (at least in China, where the smartphone was launched).
The goal of the Civi family is to be trendy and for young people, with a strong focus on video and social networking content, but the first Civi is still China’s exclusive right, and this should follow the same path.